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Agriculture both contributes to and is affected by climate change.


Climate change is reducing crop yields, lessening the nutritional quality of cereals and lowering livestock productivity. This is in the context of an international food crisis, whereby around 9% of the global population is hungry.


We’re bringing together current and future leaders to help develop sustainable farming, cultivation and land use solutions to reduce global emissions and provide food security for all.

19% - 29%

Agriculture currently generates between 19-29% of total greenhouse gas emissions.

World Bank

Food production needs to rise by 60%

The FAO predicts that food production must increase by at least 60% to meet the demand.


Agriculture Fellows

Click here to meet the growing CGLN fellowship.

Dr Belinda Clarke

Director of Agri-TechE

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Professor Dame Henrietta Moore

Founder and Director of the Institute for Global Prosperity

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Professor David Barling

Head of the Centre for Agriculture, Food and Environmental Management Research

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Agriculture Youth Advisory Councillor

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Laetitia Pancrazi

"...This is the challenge: eliminate waste, maximise food produced, re-use and re-purpose food surplus, transition to regenerative approaches, adopt new technologies, and restore nature. It is a multi-layered challenge; requiring an ability to focus on specific issues whilst retaining a system-wide perspective."
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